Gareth Ainsworth has revealed that he will not give any of his tactics and plans away as Wycombe take a 2-0 lead into their second-leg play-off semi-final match against Milton Keynes on Sunday.

Goals from Ryan Tafazolli and Sam Vokes on May 5 made sure that the Chairboys will head north of Buckinghamshire with the advantage.

However, they are facing a side that have only lost five times at home all season in the league.

And with Wanderers only achieving two wins at Stadium: MK in eight previous visits, the boss believes that the clash on May 8 will be ‘cagey’ for both teams.

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Speaking after the win on Thursday, he said: “I think they will have to come at us as MK will want to get back into the game, but that will leave gaps for players like your McCleary’s and your Obita’s with their pace to get into the other side.

“It will be a very cagey game for sure on Sunday.

“However, the boys have been absolutely fantastic.

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“They really have.

“I also think we adapted really well as they started really well.

“I think we deserved the result but MK are going to come at us on Sunday without a shadow of a doubt and I am looking forward to that one.

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“They’ve got a really fluid formation and you can’t get to grips with it as they pop up in different areas, and we worked on something but obviously, I’m not going to give my tactics in what we do in training away, but we worked on something specifically.

“We’ve had a brilliant season and icing on the cake will be getting to that final and hopefully we can do that on Sunday.”

Around 2,000 fans will make the trip from south to north Buckinghamshire on May 8, in what will be Wycombe’s third visit to Stadium: MK this season.

Both previous trips in the league and the Football League Trophy ended in defeats for the Chairboys